Taal is the Dutch and Afrikaans word for language and was used as an early name for Afrikaans; it may also refer to the South African creole language Tsotsitaal.

The word Taal can also refer to:

  • Tala (music)
  • Taal (musical instrument) an Assamese traditional instrument
  • Taal (film), a 1999 Bollywood film by Subhash Ghai
  • Taal, Batangas, a municipality in the Philippines
  • Taal Lake, a freshwater lake in the Philippines
  • Taal Volcano, an active volcano in the Philippines
  • Ta'al (Arab Movement for Renewal), an Arab-Israeli political party founded by Ahmad Tibi
  • Taal, a God of Beasts in the universe of Warhammer Fantasy (setting)
  • Taal, a progressive rock band from France

Other articles related to "taal":

Mount Macolod - Geological History
... Based on studies on Taal, it is believed that an ancient Taal Cone was formed by build up of large volume dacitic pyroclastic materials more than 140,000 years ago ... probably between 27,000 to 5,000 years ago destroyed this greater Taal Cone and ultimately formed the 25-by-30-kilometre (16 mi × 19 mi) wide depression now known as Taal Caldera ... cone on the south side but also the highest caldera rim of the former Taal Cone ...
Taal, Batangas - See Also
... Basilica de San Martin de Tours (Taal) Our Lady of Caysasay Our Lady of Caysasay Academy. ...
Pansipit River
... The river is the sole drainage outlet of Taal Lake, which empties to Balayan Bay ... kilometres (5.6 mi) passing along the towns of Agoncillo, Lemery, San Nicolas and Taal serving as border between the communities ... It has a very narrow entrance from Taal Lake ...
Basilica De San Martin De Tours (Taal) - History - The First Churches
... Augustinian missionaries near the shores of Taal Lake in present day San Nicolas, Batangas in 1572 ... In 1754, the church was destroyed along with the town of Taal in the largest eruption of the Taal volcano ... of September 16, 1852, which is centered near Taal Volcano, but no eruption from the volcano was recorded ...
Batangueno - History - Spanish Colonization
... In 1572, the town of Taal was founded and its convent and stone church were constructed later ... After the devastating eruption of Taal Volcano in 1754, the old town of Taal,present day San Nicolas, was buried ... province, the Franciscan missionaries came to Taal ...